IMPORTANT STEPS TO A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP*

IMPORTANT STEPS TO A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP*

Have you ever wondered what makes your relationship work? Is there scientific evidence to show that honesty or commitment contributes positively to a relationship? Well, the truth is that there is a lot of scientific research on all this. What does commitment mean in real terms? It means that you and your partner will be able to weather any storm, stay for the long haul, and support each other no matter what. That is the authentic signature of a great team—a great team in which the relationship’s health comes before personal benefit.  Check out these important steps to a healthier relationship! “Love is not blind – see more, not less. But as you see more, you choose to see less.” Will Moss. Faced with that question, many people would say that having illusions about your partner could lead you astray in the long term. But science has shown that this does not have to be true. Romantic Love is full of illusions that make you see an idealized version of your partner, but how healthy is this? A positive image is typical of the beginning of the relationship. Then time will begin to reveal your flaws, your bad habits, and other harmful… View Post
Why I’m Happy, My Husband Pointed Out My Worst Quality

Why I’m Happy, My Husband Pointed Out My Worst Quality

Why I’m Happy, My Husband Pointed Out My Worst Quality (And why it’s not a BAD thing.) For the 12 years before marrying my husband, Luke, I jumped from one unhealthy relationship to another. I always had something missing in every relationship. I had something missing alright, but it wasn’t the need for a boyfriend. I needed to find meaning in my life and work through the issues which were causing me to be so lonely and miserable. The importance of being alone I have had some DARK times in the past half decade.  I lost my father,  lost my sense of identity, and for a short while, lost hope that I could ever be happy or find a healthy connection with another human being.  I would push people away like it was my job, but I never understood I WAS PUSHING myself away from those people by being destructively passive-aggressive, which not only brought the worst out in myself but also brought out the worst in my partners. Why was I destructively passive aggressive?  Well, because for the majority of my relationships I was depressed, anxious, unhappy, and suffering from an eating disorder. As well, every time I got out of… View Post